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O’Donnell welcomes announcement of 110 new jobs for Limerick City Centre by leading US company Transact Campus

International Headquarters for Transact Campus to be based in Limerick city centre

16th November 2020 - Kieran O'Donnell, TD

Fine Gael TD for Limerick City, Kieran O’Donnell welcomed the announcement this morning by US based, Transact Campus Inc. that they are to create 110 new roles in Limerick city centre over the next three years. He also welcomed that the company is to make Limerick city its international headquarters.

Deputy O’Donnell said: “This is another great news story for Limerick city, with the creation of 110 jobs in the city centre by such a leading US company in its field as Transact Campus.

“Furthermore, this coupled with the fact that the company is also to locate its international headquarters here in the city centre, is another strong endorsement of what brand Limerick and our city has to offer.

“It is particularly significant that during these difficult COVID times, we still see positive jobs announcements like this from Transact Campus for Limerick city. It shows that as a city we are resilient and progressive, very much in growth mode and looking forward.

“Indeed, Transact Campus have made specific reference to the quality of our third level colleges and their graduates as a key reason for locating here.”

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Trade & Employment Leo Varadkar said: “This is really welcome news for the Mid West region where a strong financial services cluster has developed in recent years.  Today’s announcement is further evidence of Ireland’s ability to attract investments like this, thanks to the availability of a highly skilled and talented workforce.  This announcement by Transact will create 110 roles in Limerick. I wish them every success with their expansion plans.”

Deputy O’Donnell continued: “I wish to extend a big welcome to all at Transact Campus and I look forward to working with them in the years ahead.

“I also wish to commend the IDA on their work in bringing Transact Campus and these valuable 110 new jobs to Limerick city.”







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